>not even including every studio
You lazy shit OP
Not that it matters, Surprised Madhouse is that low.
I'm probably missing something obvious, but: Why has KyoAni only now made a Twitter account after all these years?
Trigger is miles ahead of any studio.
I noticed Madhouse for their adaptations, probably the best for it, really.
Ufotable has good quality but the've only adapted really shitty series minus KnK.
They never had plenty of "studio announcements".
Merch would be tweeted with the KyoAniShop account, any other news with the respective series account.
But they are organizing their second studio event, the KyoAniDo. They did something similar on 2013 (the CTFK). Hopefully this means they are planning on having more of these events and they decided to create the account to announce them.
Or maybe they just don't tweet anything interesting.
Ufotable undoubtedly has a lot of subscriptions because of F/SN, and they keep releasing promo artwork, concept sketches, preview images, teaser videos etc. All posted in their twitter feed.
Basically they give people a reason to subscribe to their twitter, besides just being a studio making anime they like.
All according to 8kaku.
The reverse is true for Sunrise. The west doesn't care about the studio the way Japan does. Outside of /a/, most people only know Sunrise make CG and gundam.
The only important animator today
Is there even a pic of ufotable staff
It's probably just majority freelancer
Reminder that the ufotable cafe accounts + dining account total over 20k as well
theres a group staff pic out there somewhere from ages ago but I don't have it.
It's mainly for the staff, but it is open to the public as well.
>Their comments on Ufotable's internal structure is pretty fascinating. The studio feels like a second home, and it is very inclusive. There's a cafe on the first floor for staff to just unwind and chill out, and the president (Mr.Kondo) is can often be found moving from floor to floor just talking to staff about stuff. There are no barriers between departments, and they feel that the staff are able to openly express and contribute comments either casually or professionally.
Some more names.
The cafe probably has a regular menu, but it often has promotions that tie-in with whatever anime that ufotable are involved with. Key animation samples are displayed there too, I think the cafe had some of the stuff on display stolen a couple of years back.
Followers mean a shit. I won't follow an account that posts boring or irrelevant content, no matter how much I love the studio.
These numbers are about the quality of the Twitter accounts, not the studios.
Only have this old one. I guess he's pretty low profile
I'm pretty sure their directors and key animators have more followers. Im following one the key frame artists from HxH and Death Note and the guy posts the frames and his own drawings all the time and they look cool as fuck
I imagine that twitter account doesn't do a whole lot because japs have an anime news site for anykidn of big announcements
>Ishidate: I don’t have a favorite or second favorite, but there is one that made quite the impression on me. It was the first episode I directed; the one where Nagato and Asakura fought. No matter what I thought of, it didn’t fit in the allotted time. I began to think “this is useless” when Kigami-san told me “We’ll work on this all night.” I immediately said yes. That evening, Kigami-san went home and came back with the original novel. He waited, sitting beside me reading that portion until we were finished. It took us until 4-5 in the morning to finalize it, but I made sure to remember that walk home together.
>Kigami: I don’t remember that at all though. (laughs)
>Ishidate: What?! (laughs)
GAINAX just below 5k
Since their best left and made their own studios they've been off the radar.
Gainax is kill, but their legacy lives on.
Well yeah obviously. This ranking is utterly meaningless, like there's nothing to really take away from it. Most people if they are even going to subscribe to a twitter account for an anime will subscribe to the official account for that anime. That's why you have things like Love Live and Gundam twitter accounts having several times more subscribers than Sunrise. Who the fuck subscribes to a business account unless they might announce shit they care about on it.
Also almost every thread on 4chan now is just shitposting and baiting. There used to be some amusing discussions amid it all and I used to find out about shit I otherwise wouldn't have but it's just utterly useless these days since all anybody seems interested in is ironic shitposting and having the same tired discussion over and over. I'd swear the number of unique users and traffic in general is slowing down for it too which is causing a feedback loop making things even shittier. Only so many times you can see the same variations of stalker threads, why is she so perfect threads, Kyoani vs Shaft wank threads orthe baiting threads that make up the majority of /a before you start to get bored.
Nah he is a good director, had plenty of good episodes in other shows, just KnK had a weak script.
But Hanada is doing ok with Euphonium so far, he's pretty hit or miss I guess
oh SHIT no, switch 1 and 2 and it can be revalent
...nothing here, either
big surprise for a studio that only done short films and a continuing movie in their lives
god let this studio die already
I don't even...
Yeah I've noticed. It's because other than Love Live they don't really do a lot of moe or harem meta wank shows that boards like /a like and the only time people pay attention to their shit I'd when they put out a kind of bad late night Otaku show like Cross Ange. Basically the West only pays any attention to Sunrise when it's convenient to shit on them otherwise they pay attention to studios that do overhyped LN/Waifu shit like Kyoani, Shaft, A-1, and maybe sometimes Trigger. A shame cause IMO Sunrise is one of the few studios that feels like it gives an extended fuck when they're on.
Literally the only directors and writers anyone really knows or talks about ever anymore. You basically made that guys point. If it's not Urobuchi or Shinbo or Sawano or basically anybody that was involved in that cluster fuck Aldnoah.Zero people are entirely ignorant of staff. Really I'd go so far as to say that the only anime staffer anyone pays any sort of attention to anymore is Urobuchi who the mere mention of being tangibly related to something leads to him being more important and getting more talked about than people who actually worked on that thing directly and did the Lions share of the work. For example Psycho Pass is clearly the brainchild and spawn of Shiotani and Motohiro who have been with it every step of the way long before Urobuchi ever signed on as a script writer but all anybody ever talks about with it is Urobuchi who somehow get a all the credit for anything people like about it even he has nothing to do with it. The score, directing and storyboarding apparently just don't matter at all. That's what annoys me about that guy being involved in something is that everything has to revolve around him and what people think he contributes to the work even when especially lately it's not much at all. An episode script here, a cliche scenario concept there just to get his name on the product.